Across Malheur County, people are working to improve the lives of families and their children. In their own words, they explain.
In their own words, they explain.
Why I care – a principal. Speaking: Tobey Huddleston, Aiken Elementary School, Ontario.
This is part of the Malheur Enterprise series, “Children of Poverty.”
ABOUT THE SERIES: “Children of Poverty” is a five-part series by the Malheur Enterprise examining why the county’s poverty rate remains high. The series is the result of a partnership between the Enterprise, of Vale, Oregon, and a special team from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
ENGAGE: Share your view. How can the community improve life for children in impoverished circumstances? Who should take the lead on this issue? Send an email to Publisher Les Zaitz: [email protected].
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